James Whitehill Stone House

James Whitehill Stone House (HM1H19)

Location: Groton, VT 05046 Caledonia County
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Country: United States of America
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N 44° 15.947', W 72° 10.347'

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In the style of a Scottish stone croft (farmhouse), this house was erected by James Whitehill, a prosperous farmer and one of a large number of immigrants from Inchinnan Parish, Scotland, who settled Ryegate under the sponsorship of the Scotch American Company of Farmers. He purchased 600 acres, known as the Witherspoon Tract, from James Witherspoon, a signer of the Declaration of Independence who owned the entire township. Whitehill was a founder of the Ryegate Reformed Presbyterian Church. This is one of the oldest surviving houses in Ryegate and was the first library in town. The house and surrounding acreage is still owned by the Whitehill family.
HM NumberHM1H19
Year Placed2007
Placed ByVermont Division for Historic Preservation
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, September 7th, 2014 at 9:40am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 725684 N 4905282
Decimal Degrees44.26578333, -72.17245000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 44° 15.947', W 72° 10.347'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds44° 15' 56.82" N, 72° 10' 20.82" W
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Area Code(s)802
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 1674-1968 Peacham Rd, Groton VT 05046, US
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